Protect & restore the environment


Tackle climate change

Support climate-sensitive communities

Register a project

Find out how a project can become Plan Vivo-certified


Author: Yoann Van Nuwenborg

View our current projects

Take a look at our current registered projects


Author: Luke Howard

Purchase Carbon Credits

Find where to purchase Plan Vivo Certificates


Author: Luke Howard

Our impact


hectares of land under management

3.5 million

tCO2 planned emission reductions from Natural Climate Solutions


smallholders generating income from fairly-traded carbon

Make a donation

Please select a donation amount (required)
Set up a regular payment Donate

WEBINAR - Nature-Based Solutions: The Opportunities and Challenges for Blue Carbon

There is huge potential from Blue Carbon, as a Nature-Based Solution, due to its effectiveness at storing carbon, up to five times more than terrestrial forests per hectare. However, there are also social, political, and economic challenges for Blue Carbon projects. When these challenges are addressed well, it can lead to the creation of sustainable livelihoods. Plus, to the preservation of important coastal habitats, alongside the carbon benefits.


Author: Carmen Carrion


Insights from the field

  • Answering important questions on Blue Carbon

    After our latest webinar, the panellists came together to answer some of the most important questions surrounding blue carbon in the voluntary carbon market. Read more

  • Corresponding Adjustments, Equity and Climate Justice

    Integrity and practicality. Will accounting technicalities of voluntary carbon claims get in the way of deploying carbon finance in voluntary carbon markets that support developing countries and communities battle poverty and invest in clean energy and transport, sustainable land use, and healthy ecosystems? Read more

  • Mangroves – More than just carbon

    Blue carbon has been getting a lot of attention recently, and rightly so. However, when much of the focus is on their physical and chemical properties, it is easy to overlook the other myriad of benefits that these ecosystems provide. Here, Evie explains why she it is not just their climate change mitigating abilities drew her to these unique ecosystems. Read more